Black Women/White Men: The Sexual Exploitation of Female Slaves in the Danish West Indies download epub
by Edward Donoghue
Black Women/White Men: T. .has been added to your Cart. Dr. Eddie Donoghue, who was born in the small Caribbean island of Montserrat, began his higher education at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in January 1974.
Black Women/White Men: T. in Sociology from that institution on December 20, 1982. His dissertation, which was published as is the custom in Sweden, is titled: The Illusion of the Absolute: A Critical Study of the Marxian Concept of Alienation and its Hegelian Origin. He also studied national economics at the Economic Institute, University of Gothenburg. Eddie Donoghue is a recognized scholar.
Black Women/ White Men: The Sexual Eploitation of Female Slaves in the Danish West Indies. Using archival material and other existing sources, this book graphically documents the sexual exploitation of female slaves in holding pens on the West Coast of Africa, on slave ships during the Trans-Atlantic crossing, and on plantations in the Danish West Indies, now known as the United States Virgin Islands.
Us Colored Women Had to Go Though A Plenty": Sexual Exploitation of African-American Slave Women.
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book by Eddie Donoghue. In this book, Donoghue successfully demonstrates how under the Danish Slave Codes it was impossible to rape a slave.
Concubine slaves were the only female slaves who commanded a higher price than skilled male slaves. Main article: Plaçage. A print depicting 'comfort women' embarking unwillingly for the Americas. The plaçage system developed from the predominance of white men among early colonial populations, who took women as consorts from Native Americans and enslaved Africans. But this did not stop some white men from taking sexual advantage of black women by using their social positions under the Jim Crow system and white supremacy, or in other parts of the country by ordinary power and wealth dynamics.
The slave owner's exploitation of the black woman's sexuality was one of the most significant factors differentiating .
The slave owner's exploitation of the black woman's sexuality was one of the most significant factors differentiating the experience of slavery for males and females. Slaves exposed for sale. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.
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Eddie Donoghue, Black Women/White Men: The Sexual Exploitation of Female Slaves in the Danish West Indies (Lawrenceville, NJ: Africa World Press, 2002); Slave Women and Reproduction in Jamaica. Morgan, Slave Women and Reproduction in Jamaica.
White women were active and violent participants in the slave market. They bought, sold, managed and sought the return of enslaved people, in whom they had a vested economic interest. Owning a large number of enslaved people made a woman a better marriage prospect. Once married, white women fought in courts to preserve their legal ownership over enslaved people (as opposed to their husband’s ownership), and often won. For them, slavery was their freedom, Jones-Rogers observes in her book. An illustration of a slave auction, where both white men and women took part. Library of Getty Images.
White men often claimed they were doing Black women a favor by saving them from having sex with Black men who were considered to be animalistic and brutal.